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Fill up on food and fuel

Sheetz just opened its eighth area store and is looking at opening more. By DON SHILLING


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Report of lost child prompts police search in Milton Twp.

LAKE MILTON -- Emergency workers searched a wooded area Sunday night in Milton Township after a


WESTERN RESERVE VILLAGE For visitors, history comes alive

Nancy Yantek's grandfather was a conductor on the steam engine, and every year she brings her


Passengers say marshal pointed gun at cabin

Passengers say marshal pointed gun at cabin PHILADELPHIA -- A federal air marshal pointed a gun


Lunch at Sheetz?

Lunch at Sheetz? YOUNGSTOWN -- Bill Palma stood beside the red and yellow Sheetz store on Salt


This barker's got game

The young man grew about a foot and a half when he was a junior in high school. By IAN HILL


Township didn't pay up, woman's lawyer steps in

The Jackson Township Police chief said a township insurance company will foot the bill. By JoANNE


COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCORES AND SCHEDULES

WEEKEND SCORES SUNDAY EAST Virginia Tech 26, LSU 8 Kentucky 22, Louisville 17 SATURDAY


MICHELLE JANA DARREN HUDACH

MICHELLE JANA DARREN HUDACH YOUNGSTOWN -- Michelle Anne Jana and Darren Christopher Hudach, both


SWITZERLAND

Opinion: SWITZERLAND Der Bund, Bern, Aug. 27: The judge was ahead of the politicians. Just as the Spanish


'ACROSS MANY FIELDS' Ohio football book covers it all

The book was written by a Lakewood St. Edward graduate and includes area schools. By JOE SCALZO


City Fest deserved better than it got from press

Opinion: City Fest deserved better than it got from press EDITOR: My daughter, grandchildren and I


FAIR SCHEDULE

FREE EVENTS 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.: Steam show, Southeast Corner. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Spinning Demo,


Despite stipulations, more historical markers to come

The deadline for the Longaberger Legacy Initiative is Sept. 30. By SHERRI L. SHAULIS VINDICATOR


Pavlik billed on top card

Kelly Pavlik's national image will be enhanced by appearing on a world championship boxing card on


Group aims to educate public on herbs

A medicinal garden grows outside the doctor's office in the Western Reserve Village. By MARALINE


Man faces multiple charges, including rape, kidnapping

NEW CASTLE, Pa. -- A 45-year-old Plain Grove Township man has been charged after a woman said she


WORTH A LOOK

ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOWS XSt. Vincent DePaul Catholic Church, 4453 Warren-Sharon Road, Vienna, will


WEEKEND LEADERS High school football

RUSHING Joe Jenkins, 174 yards, 17 carries, 3 TDS. Adam Fast, Columbiana, 164 yards, 17 carries.


NFL 49ers ready for real stuff

By TOM WILLIAMS VINDICATOR SPORTS STAFF After playing five preseason NFL games in 26 days, San


SLIPPERY ROCK Snakes, turtles presentation set at environmental center

SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. -- Discover what is it like to be a "cold blooded killer" as Vance Dunbar, a


BIRTHS

St. Elizabeth Matthew and Julie Roussel, 115 S. Clearwater Cove, Austintown, boy, Aug. 31.


Badger teachers to vote on three-year contract

Badger teachers to vote on three-year contract KINSMAN -- Teachers belonging to the Badger


LABOR DAY Holiday publication

In observance of Labor Day holiday, The Vindicator is publishing only one edition today. It is


NEW BUILDING Cattle arena draws praise of exhibitors

Cattle shows had been held in a tent for the last 20 years. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER


GAME TIME Tonight

Who: Jammers (31-39) at Scrappers (44-29). When: 7:05 p.m. Radio: WNIO-AM (1390).


KENNY CHESNEY Ticket buyers feel connection to star

Fans like Kenny Chesney for his looks, his performance style and especially for the message of his


POLAND Block party gives neighborhood chance to stretch

Former residents and even a retired letter carrier came back for the get-together. By JOHN W.


Overseas journey leads to Journey

By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CANFIELD -- Mark Cox kept his ticket in his front pocket


JACKSON TWP. Lawyer files contempt motion

The Jackson Township Police chief said a township insurance company will foot the bill. By JoANNE


with Sharon Letson

with Sharon Letson Age: 44. Hometown: Born in Sewickley, Pa.; lives in Warren. Occupation:


Man injured in shooting

Man injured in shooting YOUNGSTOWN -- Charles Green, 24, was in critical condition in St.


Troop's exhibit offers glimpse into disabilities

Although the age limit for Scouting is ordinarily 18, there are no limits for those who are


CANFIELD FAIR 2002 grand champions

GRAND CHAMPION MARKET HOG Name: Lindsay M. Yosay. Age: 16. Where from: Canfield. 4-H Club:


B & amp;O Station team hops at a chance to brew beer

By JoANNE VIVIANO VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER YOUNGSTOWN -- As a curious boy growing up in Smoky


SHANNON WILLIAMS BRIAN WAITE

SHANNON WILLIAMS BRIAN WAITE HUBBARD -- A reception was held July 27 at the Brentford House to


YSU

YSU Penguins drop soccer opener RADFORD, Va. -- Freshman Kara Ramer scored an overtime goal


Block party brings former, current residents together

Former residents and even a retired letter carrier came back for the get-together. By JOHN W.


BOXING Pavlik billed on top card

Kelly Pavlik's national image will be enhanced by appearing on a world championship boxing card on


YOUNGSTOWN B & amp;O Station team hops at a chance to brew beer

The station's owners plan to brew seven types of beer as well as sodas such as root beer and


CANFIELD Fair 4-H king follows in siblings' footsteps

His sister and brothers are former 4-H royalty. By IAN HILL VINDICATOR STAFF WRITER CANFIELD


ONE ON ONE | Sharon Letson Developing Mahoning Valley leaders of tomorrow

Some people seem to have the impression that teenagers are always in trouble and generally difficult


2 women go into labor

2 women go into labor CANFIELD -- A woman went into labor Saturday night in the grandstand. Fair


CIGAR MAKER IS ON A ROLL

Making a good cigar requires just the right touch. THE VINDICATOR, YOUNGSTOWN By DON SHILLING


SHANDA PERRY GEOFFREY AURINI

SHANDA PERRY GEOFFREY AURINI POLAND -- Shanda S. Perry, daughter of Suzanne M. and O. Wiley Perry


BILLBOARD HITS

TOP COUNTRY ALBUMS 1. "Unleashed," Toby Keith. DreamWorks Nashville. (Platinum) 2. "Something


Petro's initiative targets indicted elected officials

Opinion: In 1999, after he was indicted on federal racketeering charges, Phil Chance, then sheriff of


'ACROSS MANY FIELDS'

'ACROSS MANY FIELDS' At a glance Pages: 160 Text: Christopher Butler Photography: Jennifer


Ohio football book covers it all

The book was written by a Lakewood St. Edward graduate and includes area schools. By JOE SCALZO